In a document with different filetypes, I cannot display all pages of a file.
In the default setting the Viewer treats Web Client files with the endings 001, 002 etc., BMP, DWTIFF, JPEG, JPG, PNG, TIF, TIFF not as individual files, but as multiple-page files. This means that if several files of one of these types are combined within one DocuWare document, you will navigate through the document not using the file navigation but with the page navigation.
A document consists of the following files in the order listed below:
In the Viewer on the Web Client, this document is shown as consisting of four separate files:
- 3-page TIF
- 2-page BMP
- 2-page TIF
Usually this behavior is advantageous. However, if one DWTIFF file is a multiple-page TIFF, you will no longer be able to navigate within the multiple-page TIFF.
To change this behavior, open the FileTypes.xml file, which in a default installation is located in the following path: C:\Program Files\DocuWare\Web Client Server\Web Common\DocuWare\Resources\xml.
Change the existing entry: <FileType fileExtension=".dwtiff" mimeType="image/tiff" viewAsPage="true" singlePageFormat="true" displayPageCount="true"/>
where you set the values viewAsPage and singlePageFormat to false.
Via the attribute displayPageCount determine whether the total number of pages for the document is displayed immediately in the navigation bar of the Web Client when a document is displayed.